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Science and Poetry

Being a scientist, writing poetry inevitably intersects with scientific knowledge and language. This can make it more difficult to understand in an everyday context. The notion of difficult poetry as “thought provoking poems that would make the readers think and … Continue reading

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Notes on “The Growing Weariness of Light”

“The Growing Weariness of Light” is an exercise piece. The task set was to alter one aspect of nature and write based on the consequences. The success of this poem can be argued. Some of its audience enjoy the fantasy. Some … Continue reading

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The Growing Weariness of Light

The Growing Weariness of Light Now we have learned to live with it, If I can speak of “now”. As light Grew weary, she slowed ‘Till she took crutches, and limped Along our streets. But then, If I can speak … Continue reading

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